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jammy

adjective uk   us   /ˈdʒæm.i/

jammy adjective (LUCKY)

informal unfairly lucky: He wasn't even trying to score - the ball just bounced off the jammy beggar's/bastard's head into the goal.

jammy adjective (EASY)

informal very easy: It was a jammy assignment - more of a holiday really.

jammy adjective (FOOD)

containing or consisting of jam: She left jammy fingermarks on the tablecloth.
Translations of “jammy”
in Chinese (Traditional) 幸運的, 運氣好的,走運的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 幸运的, 好运气的,走运的…
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